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In order to support the sudden shift from in-class, hands-on education to remote learning and online classes, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law in March of 2020. You can view the bill itself here.

The law has made $6.3 billion available to provide financial aid, expand remote learning programs and educate faculty to operate effectively in remote learning environments.

Application tips and procedures can be found here, and you can view the maximum fund allocations for institutional costs for your institution here.

Many simulation technology companies are creating platforms that help learners feel immersed in a scenario, even in the absence of a hands-on experience. Through virtual reality (VR), web-based platforms, and online scenarios with telehealth capabilities, many simulation technology companies are innovating to support student scenarios.

Explore remote learning simulation tools below, and click the image or button to learn more!

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SimVS

SimVS revolutionizes simulation with an adaptable, easy-to-use simulation scenario builder and platform that is simple, affordable, and effective.

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KbPort™ SimEMR®

SimEMR® and its companion tool, Virtual MedsManager™, can enable institutions to continue to educate learners on patient charting, general clinical care and assessment, and medication administration without requiring physical presence in a lab setting or access to specialized hardware. 

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VRpatients™

With VRpatients, students can remotely interview, assess, diagnose and treat patients in real time, while educators can remotely assess students' critical thinking skills and competency. 

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Read more about the CARES Act here.

Read our most recent post on the SimTalk Blog™ to learn more about the products above and the CARES Act.